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Timings for the royal wedding

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Chapel guests will start arriving as early as 0830 and the bride will make her entrance at 1057.

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Here are the timings for Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s Windsor wedding:

0700 – Doors open to the invited public through the Visitor Admission Centre on Castle Hill.

0830 – 1015 – Doors to St George’s Chapel open to the congregation. Wedding guests start arriving in Middle Ward. Organ music plays in the Chapel.

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The West Steps of St George’s Chapel (Andrew Matthews/PA)

1015 – The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra performs.

From 1025 – Members of the royal family arrive at the Galilee Porch and are received by the Dean of Windsor, They take their seats in the Quire.

1030 – Mr and Mrs George Brooksbank, the parents of the groom, arrive at the West Door.

1032 – Mother of the bride Sarah, Duchess of York and Maid of Honour Princess Beatrice of York arrive by car at the West Door.

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Sarah, Duchess of York, and her daughter Princess Beatrice (Matt Crossick/PA)

1035 – Groom Jack Brooksbank and his best man and brother Thomas
Brooksbank, arrive by car at the West Door.

1052 – The Queen arrives at the Galilee Porch and is received by the Dean and conducted to her seat in the Quire.

1057 – Bride Princess Eugenie and her father, the Duke of York, arrive at the West Steps of St George’s Chapel

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Princess Eugenie and her father the Duke of York who will walk her down the aisle (John Walton/PA)

1100 – The service begins.

1200 – The service ends and the bride and groom, the bridal party and the couple’s parents process to the West Door.

The Queen and members of the royal family move from the Quire to the Galilee Porch.

The bride and groom depart from the West Steps by carriage.

1215 approx – Eugenie and Jack arrive at Windsor Castle for their afternoon reception.

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